Showing posts from January, 2018


As a makeup lover, makeup removal is as important to me as is actual makeup. Using good quality makeup removal products is essential to ensure that my skin remains healthy.
The advent of  Micellar  Waters has completely changed the makeup removal game. They are easy to use and not only help remove makeup easily, but are also good for your skin.
I am reviewing one such product today by ESSANO, which is also one of my current favourite products.

What makes this Micellar Water special is that it is extremely gentle on your skin and does not create any tingling sensation on your skin on usage. Just a few drops on your cotton pad and a single swipe across your face, and voila, the makeup is gone!!

Another good thing about the product is its natural and organic ingredient list, which I am always a big fan of, especially in my skincare products!!
Moreover, another thing I noticed about the product is that it does not dry out my skin after use. Some micellar waters I have used in the past di…

STYL LONDON Eyeshadow Palette Review

Nothing delights me more than a beautiful collection of warm neutral shades in my eyeshadow palette;) So today I am back with the review of  my current favourite, go-to eyeshadow palette by STYL LONDON. I received this palette in my December Bellabox, which is a monthly beauty subscription box in Australia.

The palette comes in a variety of shades, but I have the shade "Sloane". The moment I opened the palette, I was in love with the gorgeous, neutral, everyday wear shades. 

The palette has a mix of Matte, Shimmery and metallic shades as seen in the picture above. A closer look at the shades is shown below:

Now coming to the actual review of the quality of the palette, I would say that the shades are quite pigmented, except for the 2 lightest shades, but even they build up pretty well. The palette, I must say is pretty good quality as the shades do not have excessive fallout. The shimmery shades work great as it is, but work best with a wet brush. The swatches of the palett…